Here’s a wide-ranging Weekend Watch (well, more of a listen actually).
In this podcast from High Existence, writer, psychotherapist and Stoic Donald Robertson talks about mental health, cognitive behavioural therapy, Stoicism, Buddhism, philosophy and more.
Continue reading “Stoicism as Preventative Psychological Medicine – @DonJRobertson”
Losing your temper is a sign of weakness, they say. It’s not great for your health, either. Or, for those around you.
Writing about a Stoic approach to anger, author, stoic and cognitive psychotherapist Donald Robertson recalls the emperor Hadrian (not a Stoic):
Continue reading “May I have my eye back? – Stoicism and anger”
…with Michael Wade’s Execupundit blog.
Pithy, wry and wise, Execupundit is a feast for eyes, ears and minds.
As a taster (and an insight):
Continue reading “Leadership, ethics, management and life…”
The world of self-publishing has been turned on its head over the past decade or so. Once the slightly embarrassing preserve of failed authors and wannabe poets, it is both easy and credible.
That makes it an ideal vehicle for freelancers, solopreneurs and other sovereign professionals looking to get their thoughts into print.
On Psychology Today, Marty Nemko shares his thoughts and experience with Amazon’s CreateSpace: The Case for Writing a Book Even If It Sells No Copies.
Photo by Andraz Lazic on Unsplash
with Nicholas Bate’s blog.
Snackable, yet always nutritious.
As a taster, a Jagged Thought:
To walk, to wonder, to appreciate.
If ever lost.
And, some Basics:
Basics 7: Daily Investments
1. In your wellness: walk everywhere and move a lot.
2. In your future: read to learn and practise to master.
3. In your security: build your value through mastery and save, then spend.
Check out the rest of Nicholas’s stuff, here.
… with A Layman’s Blog.
As a taster, here he has one of my favourite quotes from Marcus Aurelius:
Continue reading “Philosophy, politics, music and more…”
At day’s first light have in readiness, against disinclination to leave your bed, the thought that ‘I am rising for the work of man’.
Stoic, cognitive psychotherapist, trainer and writer Donald Robertson has a new book out in April. If you took part in the recent Stoic Week event, you’ll recognise him and his voice from the introductory webinar and recorded exercises.
In How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, Robertson combines historical biography, stoic philosophy and cognitive behavioural therapy. The result promises to be an effective, hands-on guide to applying stoicism in everyday life.
Continue reading “How to Think Like a Roman Emperor – @DonJRobertson”